Resident of One Chicago, Bachelor Nation, and Cleveland. Has opinions about crossovers, Star Wars, and superheroes. Will not time travel.
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers is losing Emilio Estevez, and there are a couple of potential reasons why Gordon Bombay won't be back.
While this case was gruesome even by Law & Order: SVU standards, Mariska Hargitay was stellar as Olivia Benson.
The Blacklist delivered some twists for both Aram and Ressler, and one of them has a brighter future than the other.
Ghosts has become a huge hit for CBS already, and Asher Grodman opened up about playing the pantsless Trevor and more of what's to come.
In an exclusive clip for The Blacklist, Aram tries to explain his future to his parents, who have some fun reactions.
Chicago P.D. has set up some likely and not-so-likely possibilities to take the fall for what Upton and Voight did, so let's break it down.
Jesse Spencer left Chicago Fire as Casey, and the show found a way to replace him that works... except poor Brett needs something good to happen.
Sara and Grissom may have stumbled on a big clue on CSI: Vegas... or the latest episode just had a plot hole.
Chicago Med's latest episode was bad for one doctor, but going to be good for the show moving forward.
FBI: International is officially thickening the plot around Forrester with some new clues about his mom and her mysterious story.
An Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. veteran has joined Chicago Fire, and his arrival raises some questions after Casey's departure.
New Amsterdam has built a complicated dynamic between Reynolds, Malvo, and her husband, and director Dinh Thai reveals there's a lot to be excited about.
The Resident is skipping another week, but Fox is bringing the medical drama back in the not-too-distant future.
New Amsterdam brought director Dinh Thai back for an episode that gets off to a "gorgeous" start, involves Ryan Eggold and some babies, and that's not even all.
NCIS has a family connection to the next case for none other than McGee, and it could get uncomfortable.
9-1-1 delivered another ordeal for Buck and Eddie this week, and the aftermath may mean more heartbreak is on the way for poor Buck.
Law And Order has confirmed the star of the revival, and it's good news for fans looking forward to the show's return to NBC.
Fall TV has been packed with changes, including Chicago Fire losing its lead after 200 episodes. Here's how the ratings are shaping up across network television!
NCIS added Gary Cole to replace Mark Harmon as Leroy Gibbs, and Cole revealed why Parker actually admires his predecessor.
Law & Order: Organized Crime seems to be building to a big reveal, and that reveal could be another traitor in the midst.
Octavio Pisano joined SVU as Joe Velasco to replace Kat, and the next episode could fully make him feel like part of the team.
The Blacklist lost leading lady Megan Boone as Liz Keen, but did the NBC series also lose its way in the ratings?
Secrets and lies are piling up on Chicago P.D., and epic confrontation between more than one character could be on the way sooner rather than later.
Your Daily Blend of Entertainment News
Thank you for signing up to CinemaBlend. You will receive a verification email shortly.
There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again.